What 'genius' mind in the BSP brought about this change, this idiocy
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Russian Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov said on Tuesday London will have to offer its apologies to Moscow but "the idiocy
has gone too far."
is almost unfathomable and that is before you get to four grown men allegedly stealing a taxi outside a McDonald's at silly o'clock in the morning.
Privileged grovelling medieval idiocy
. This merely confirms how right I am.
I am sick of witnessing the sheer idiocy
of some vehicle drivers proceeding along this avenue at great speed, up to 40mph in some cases, commercial vehicles included.
It's from a friend in England who wanted to show me the idiocy
of their laws.
"I am so angry as their idiocy
could have so easily caused an accident or worse.
CARDIFF Council certainly set the bar high when it came to idiocy
in 2015 (wheeliebins and the loss of the Central bus station to name but two examples) but, as I write this, 2016 is but a few days old, and already our elected representatives have set new (?) standards.
, Lunacy, and the Range of Intellectual Disabilities
"According to my mum, Ed Miliband is the epitome of idiocy
. I just thought he was a reject from The Simpsons" Pop star Simon Le Bon.
The reason for this ire was a 12-second scene in which Waked locked lips with his co-star, Scarlett Johansson, she of the SodaStream campaign, which, in the crazy intersection of Internet hyperbole and political idiocy
, was enough to make Waked a Benedict Arnold to the Palestinian cause.
Despite the idiocy
of the phenomenon, it is trending very much, especially among women.
If the claims are true, I presume that after the idiocy
of not only writing the note about Blair but allowing it to fall into the wrong hands, she's using the same technique to slap herself stupid.
A fast-track Traffic Court only makes sense if traffic offenders are caught in traffic demonstrating their idiocy
and as your pile of letters shows every week, the cops 'aint doing much catching, and sadly the top cops don't apparently read the volume of complaints or act upon them.
Lineker said he hoped Sinnott would "learn from his idiocy